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Association of resistance to Pleiochaeta root rot and brown leaf spot in narrow leafed lupin



Association of resistance to Pleiochaeta root rot and brown leaf spot in narrow leafed lupin



Fourth international lupin conference, 15-22 August, 1986, Geraldton, Western Australia: 327



The association of resistance to the diseases (both caused by P. setosa) was examined by growing 40 test breeding lines of Lupinus angustifolius in 1985 in plots on areas that had been cropped in previous years with (T1) cereals-cereals, (T2) cereals-lupins and (T3) lupins-lupins. Each test plot was bordered by plots of cultivars Yandee and Chittick.

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